Poly With Harrison Whitford And Fable Cry

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Three charming acts, laughter, cats, EXCITEMENT, ADVENTURE!!!

When the market crashed in the 1930s, people fled to the movies to find solace in peppy musical numbers and quick-witted dialogue. Today, there's Poly. Drawing heavily from the rich tradition of American jazz and pop standards of the early 20th century, the Nashville-based Poly seeks nothing more than to entertain their listeners and engage them in a musically nostalgic conversation about inanimate objects, animals, and old movie stars. Starring Dan Sommers, Eleonore Denig, and Larissa Maestro.

Harrison Whitford
Born not two decades ago, Harrison Russell Whitford has already experienced a multitude of events that one could only hope to in the span of a lifetime. Having picked up the guitar at the tender age of 13, Harrison has since shared the stage with various legendary artists, such as Hubert Sumlin, Aerosmith, Eric Johnson, Jonny Lang, Chris Layton (Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble), Billy Cox, Will Calhoun (Living Colour), Joe Satriani, and Robert Randolph. Harrison has also had the privilege of recording with blues guitar-phenom, Joe Bonamassa, on Joe's upcoming album, "Driving Towards The Daylight."
.....Performing with VERY special guest, Phoebe Bridgers!

Fable Cry
Fable: A fictitious narrative or statement. A legendary story of supernatural happenings in which animals and inanimate objects speak and act like human beings.

Cry: To scream. To utter a characteristic sound or call. Cry havoc. To give alarm without occasion. Proclamation. A pack of hounds. To cry out with such gusto.
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